The reduction of fullsize-truck production continues at General Motors Corp., with the auto maker making plans to temporarily idle assembly plants next year in Wisconsin, Texas and Mexico for inventory control purposes. Earlier this week, GM permanently eliminated a shift at its fullsize pickup factory in Pontiac, MI, due to slow sales. Some 900 workers will be laid off in January. Chevy Tahoe output will be slowed early next year. The latest cuts are aimed at fullsize SUV assembly ...

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